Is suicide ever rationally or morally justified? A host of suicide related matters are explored in this timely collection of essays that clarifies the battlelines of public debate surrounding this intense and painful topic. This classic volume has been updated and expanded with ten new selections, making it one of the most complete works available on the subject.
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